Glassdoor reports that diversity and inclusion gap in the workforce is growing

Glassdoor reports that diversity and inclusion gap in the workforce is growing

The latest GER report stated it found “strong evidence that workers from different racial and ethnic groups disagree about the current state of workplace D&I at their companies.”Overall, it continued, “Black workers report an average D&I rating of 3.49 out of five stars, well below the average of 3.73 stars across all workers. By contrast, Asian workers report above-average D&I ratings of 3.98 stars, while Hispanic/Latinx workers report ratings of 3.80 stars.” This new analysis shows a small increase in a separate analysis from GER’s February 2021 findings: overall company ratings by Black employees are at a below average 3.3 rating, compared with the then Glassdoor average of 3.5.GER used a statistical model to determine whether D&I sentiment differs among racial and ethic groups, taking into account the differences in employees’ occupations, industries, company sizes, genders, lengths of time on the job and more. Glassdoor reported that the sample it used is “remarkably close” to actual population race and ethnic makeup determined by the U.S. Census Bureau population estimates. 

Interesting mix of sentiments.

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/glassdoor-reports-that-diversity-and-inclusion-gap-in-the-workforce-is-growing/

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